There have been at least two more arson attacks on Turkish organisations in the Netherlands in recent days as the impact of the failed military coup continues to be felt.
On Sunday night two men were caught on security cameras sprinkling petrol at the entrance to a Turkish organisation's offices in Apeldoorn. The fire failed to spread because the organisation had installed fire-resistant doors.
The office is used by an organisation Unie van Betrokken Ouders which aims to stop youngsters becoming radicalised, broadcaster NOS said. The group's board is considered to be allied to Muslim cleric Fetullah Gulen, said by Ankara to be behind last week's coup attempt.